Boston : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1976.
274 p.; 21 cm
LibraryThing member JolleyG
This book was recommended to me when I was feeling very stuck in a rut with my life. I couldn't seem to break out of the old patterns that were confining my self-expression. This was one of the books that really made a difference in helping me explore my inner self.
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